SAZETT E N I
Dayton.aa Flosida. Nov. 15. 1902
OF LOCAL INTEREST TO ALL
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ALre refurnishing your cottage and rooms
for the winter remember that we have just
e goods you want.
MASON QE WALL CO.
W. i. EDMONDSON, Manalmr.
U19 North eA street
C. C. Barnea
at the No'
for anything in the follow
Toilet A rti.
Bird Caes a
Inty's sai Wiley's Chocolates always fe
iOt, am d impaired. All bnrts of tools and
Picture Frammes Madpe
s CumMt fmd
STo Wat.. W. Ca
d& ^ ^ ^ -
'. 6. florton Marcus
Iw Well Kmnown
Eye Specialist and
hap -etuirurnd and can lie consulted -on tle Eye.v
at No. H Sulit m leh r li t., next to MManre Brew.
rREC Or CHARGE.
Sto Suit all Impaired Eyesight
New Lenses Put in Your Frame
L KINDS Ot REPAIRING AT SHORT NOTICE.
* a as
Ilm you get thilamg when they're feseh. Our business is o big that
Risc. lots of gromrie* and keep them going. Alhanys a fewa lot
Mblg. Alway a fnwh kit going.
e have time for your order
I wl hamuen it to the beot advantage. We have just received a neww
bels ld and Platpple cheese, Florida oranges, lg, dates, raiSeila
I currants. We have everything for your Thankegiving dinner.
A new line of Fishing T tackle just received.
T. CONRAD& CO. THEE.
0EIME SHAE. h;
iidal metg ofthealtokholdem
ib D~uhBding and Loan As-
amm held Tudmiiy evening of
iuual stateineet was read, and
| that at the quarter ending Oct-
fthe were outstanding loam
llto g87,Oi7.72, an imreaw of
Lar the last year. The total
.1 sto.k iumbend in. .OMO.OO.
ofl 7,770.00 simeO the last
heaimg. The casm tbalam time
etober was $2,12X.30, frons
paMidtheeStemeber and Ort-
M hamoWNtll to l1,7T5.94..
aurpus belasaWe and aiaety
gestlemMsem were elected
K W Atwood, F. T. Pek,
a mant. A. H. Carter, B. Foster.
. bemsn Dr. Lagwortiy, H. P.
Shs and C. M.biga
e, ealig yea as Iollows:
C. M. Blughamm. Jr.;
WMm Atwood; iesevetry,
Oe h e r, L. Thompsom.
of peisMeat was left vamat
w'en the ll mwant t many of our citizens
obtaining a IaIne of their own. Under
the rune s borrower 'can pay twenty
fvatu and intesrt every week on )ael
bhmd-ed dollars. Healso has twhe option
of paying the full amount or any part of
the mum borrowed, at any tinie- Tbhewe
payment iarti'ipatr in the dividends
the aeae as investing stox-k and miateri-
lly red e the interest on tiw loan.
lavestonr mAivte an average of M ier
est internet pFr annum. |paid quarterly
if cra stock, and compouL.ded quarterly
if hinstalnlment aetock, with the privilege
withdrawing all or part of their nito)nf
with tlw accrned dividend lat any tim4s
HOLT lNIU APPEIINGS.
Rev. and Mrs. Arnold and Mr. and
Mrs. Fielder were among our we-lmome
visitors this week.
W. H. Heathl went to Palatka on
Wednesday, and return e.l a full fledged
I'uited States citiamn.
We are always pleased to ewe new
neighbors, astd extend a cordial welcome
to Mrs. Iavenport and eon, who arrived
OUR NEW CYLINDER PRESS
hyTry Mllsl'tl cst chowder. lie Ihss
it every Hturday.
MIleme Brother mhavr hai leletric lights
installed in their atolrt.
Judgei; Imual A. Stiwartn was in timh
city Friday of last week.
Attorney Parkinsmin hash l.n attendisip
Cin-uit Court. nt lArlIand thi' week.
OW'Frmh liseIadl every imeaorniiir at tlew
Gramling Bakery. "It's tl kind
mother used to make."
Mim Alice Ludwig arrivq'cl froin t ev.-
land Sunlday afternoon to join her ia|r-
ents. Mr. and Mnr. Geo. H. Ludwig.
Mrs. U orgeH. Matthewsarrive'l homew
unday after a very pleasant mumnimicr'i
visit with friend, in New Englaind.
O'Try the Flora Fina lit eIt 'riar:
made in Daytona, Fla.
W. F. LaeMcv A i'o.
(Giorg Nilvernail retunril Tie'-ielay
afternoon from hiei niummer'w visit at
his old hobne in the statte of New York.
IIIV'all on Biirnii at tle Novelty
Store and get fitted to W spaectadtlks Uadl
eye-giamm. A new lot jut re-ive|l.
The dir*eetora of tlhe greenwood ('Ctme-
tery amnmn*iation have had a nuimlier of
men at work 'lelaring tip uind improving
1l'.ItH alibout time to think of having
your house fixed up. Kent & liwiniew
are artistes isn painting anti laiter-hanig-
nig-better consult them.
Chali. F. Burgman, manager of the
Wilmaim' Publiahing C wo.. departed Wed
neday afternoon for a two-week's v'aca-
tion at Chicago and New York.
The Florida East Coast htailway will
sell ticket from Daytona to Jackson-
ville and return for $3.50 during Gala
Week, whi -h '-omrunieMe Nov. 2-A.
SW)Delicious home made candy at thep
SramlingR Bakery. Better try omne of it.
Mrs. Sadie Jat-kion-Thompeon has had
her bouiehold gmoodi hipped to Raleigh,
N.C., where hlie and her husband will
ride in the future, and heglad to reeive
Sidney Jenmma and E. Mills. two eloany
hulined individuals, were upbeforeh Mayor
P'arkinoimai Jonday and eal'ch amesrd
ole dollar ihand trhiiminpiup for rilingi
a.The Gramnling Bakery have a line
of home made e'andies, nuts and fruits.
Mim Kumeel, who conducted a laehies'
furniuhinI. HtoAe in the ItoxIy building
last winter, arrivedK Hunday. We under-
stand ihe will condumt it -tore of the
Maine kind this season.
gi"Whole wheat bread .at tl ( ranm-
ling Bakery every day.
The (iasette-New's sublitription lipt is
growing at a very gratifying rate..
Every day we receive reluesta for sample
iopime, and hardly a week pamses that
we do not add a natnlier oef Iamen to
i'Do Vou know wlwre I ran get sonme
pound eake' Why, ye,the iraniliueg
Bakery has gold as you ever ate.
I'. ). C(hanberlin. proprietor aof thee
Hotel Palnettei, arrived Wedmmeday
afteranmon and is getting hils popular
ioistelry in readiness for ope-ning. How-
ard Butterield. lhis Iend clerk, anccom-
I'Thei 'iggent ef'hool tablets-you ever
saw for a nicklekat Burnen' Novelty Store.
A horae belonging to 'C. H. Mauntleld
indulged in a runaway on Slouth Pal-
maetto avenue Tuesdaey forenoon. Mr.
Minflheld was thrown out and the buggy
wheel pa laimwd over hia back bruising him
painfully but not lewriously.
gr'Brskets., liketAs and bage ofi all
kinds for lunch at BIarne-e Novelty Stborv.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hoewn arrived from
Pittsliurg Friday afternoon of last week,
and their Ridglewolod home again open.
TIe many friends of thieietimabiale-ouple
are pleaded to learn that Mr.. Hoene is
gradually improving from the injnrine
rewivted* lnt summer in alighting from
a cable ear. She is now able to walk
with tie aid of a ranne.
jrThe D aytona Creanmery will dell
milk for 10 cents per quart, beginning
November 1. To insure filling, orders
sh tld be place early. '2t
U..I. White, ofDupont, was in Daytona
the forepart of the week. Mr. White is
the gentleman who first built the rail-
road into Daytona, and he is now ex-
tensively engaged in developing the
Hawk C'reek meetion in the northern part
of Volusia county. He hba m-ently
built a railroad from Dupont to that
territory and bids fair to making it one
of the most proIperous farming commnnlu-
nitie in the State.
W "You push the button" and do the
reot with the new developing machine.
Harris can furnish you with the outfit.
Studio Peck Block. 'Phone t91l. .
Monday evening someone entered Mr.
Well's yard at the corner of Palmetto
and Magnolia Avenues and completely
stripped the orange trees of its golden
fruit. Several gentlemen, among them
S....- aL.a.- .- l ...Ia...a mla 3.L' W
lw'h e erm a today and tomorrow .A new lightbouew in to lI ,',e rted at .Mrs. .. .. lsrigs family arrived on The licks -i*e n coming munth by the
at Millis'. Hillilaoarough Inlet. Mlminl.. t hlioiuaiId.s.
E. J. Mills ham added a aent kithelwn to Mr. anid Mrs. I. l.iol.rtlso, wcre \V. II. Pl'.iers and -.o,,, aOrvill. were I'P-TO-DAT I STATIO: ro T.--'4 W.
the rearof hi. cate. ialnong lThlurnsdaly'e arrivals. amiiaig0 yp titrdlay'n arriv.a'. Chlairk has all the latent styles al I
Mr. iand Mrs. E E. Liawrenrive have Mr. and .MAle..I. A.. t'leimnt alltl mniotllwr.. ,,ir. e*-.I. V eall.v.ordsa i t attendingtlel thle ii fahiina i-l'ltationery.
rented the Mitchellhotm n the peninsula. (of Searslport. Me.. atirived i T"luestla.y.. Sttate. Faiir at ik, I Cit.v this \\,..k. .it dwarl liu. h laed thebe MUld l
If1'all and mwe that new kokak devel. MlrFor blank looks. sum-h i ledlgedrs. '. A.. Langw,-'thy. li:. .;iinl Mrs. it ra;iing aivenmie owned lay the Msillte
o n machine at Barne' Noveley Mtore. hhlak lieks. joiirnals. etc.. t.. IgC to L.uiigwoitlihy ;n.llt in l l-e Wedne l.'a.il.iiy II.nk aiill will alen a bowlluf ally. -
Mi)s L. 1 Anthonuy. of West Palmn (;" H. Clark's. tralinl. 'I' Epworth leaguers made a
Beach, 1i tltw Kuest of Alim -EvelynC (lark. J. I.. Wallamc.. tme ruri m 111111a. iiroii-1 ^a- ,Thl'lei -r;inlinl IA.ikme.rv will puilt ill ..prise,., o s(eorge 'andevorde mad Ms
Mrs. W. J. Ne.lett, eof Fort i'iene. ix lpauiel liv Mrs. Wcallace. anil tile- hiuly. lini.ls .. for fishin.-l iiai-i.i.s on ver sheoart yu.a1g lhrid.e at their home la t 1,l
vilitim lher daughter. Mrs. 4'. M. BiHing. arrived Thiur'miy. n.li..ce. eve'iiig. IThey lomwnted ithe eo tW
hiamn, Jr. Ir.eil Kiang. of t lh .eolihnsnti. King .1r.. .%1.l.iiina.. i f lli-.. Ali., I.las I'c.iutifuil lpirtuir franed in a Ilsa p
Judge L. Gauldinrg, of Tittusville.. 'aa, y I' Co., f MaM oi. (aim.. wI .. -n hlin l'-*ia I". Wi. LiSleli.i'r'.h lions ... t I 1,.' f irailale. li;Gamaa s and conundruom ,
wia in telw eitv NcveIral IavNthli wee.k oln n th tradl Tl u dar' ihal-e flI- tIl e rd. a ln friendly v eting occupied th ig.
wan in v we to I a fter which tilt -omqany eajlom y ein *
legal bunines. .
frai't tef ,cetle-r find weeded their Wy
@'Minm I'elii tlarib is i.has t i.sel 1 aiaiai, were amilinti the retiirina- gwhi niter :1aiivmi Wee alieliidy ; a r"ii 'd aIN i hon a..
school for 'hildnln at her aem.sicle.nc-.i on ."41sile'atts. SMidaiI eVe vliilg. W \\st it.ll.'vi~ V Ave.nIIU.. .
Oranpge Av*entue. Mr. lield Mrs. Witliers rt aiari..-.l trn iria 1s- l.Tr'1" 1 llw .arl'.' S i.iI i;.i.. 1l.mid. t 271
Mrs. Sarah L. Dix,. ofilf'er aLildslh. dlayi fr omi Fiairville. M.1I.. where, tlhiey i'i"lt M,.."l.
lown, is o<''n ling I'. K. Starr's hoIeie i. have i'eIen sie.mnling tih-simame.-r. llo%.%ian & MoeS4 ,lis\.
on Palnmetto Avenue. IAadlloirl lli.mnnla ia .eisy iuaintin II ).'ematlan thli' |tmlar .i.rk a.t' til I'rof. J.lneanse o ewba, a notoWeehb
irNeville I. 'Clark,optiian, at Clark' anl ie-lminlig up th Hotel Ih.spl.iiel,. get-- .Al wi. I'li; mirnm,. is at ten.ialiig time ',f lIBroklyn. lhat Isen in al)by s I-a-.
Jewelry St r. No fancy lpric.e charged ting it in readiness for the. ltig i inter State F.lir at L.ake.k ilv. li, will IrtVi-n tihe pluft few weeks. Prof. OGMubm
for prescription work. aesimon l tlfoi4e us. this I-vn-iilig. uiro-hirsed a site at Port OrlamI ft S
t l.e'toruv weh, will extract VMs. W I
E. 1D. Langworthy. the proprietor of II I'lae. your orders early for lidlla.v Mr. V'a'n aIon. oif .lis.y il.v. N. .1.. pflnaintto and other Florida pIdetM .tq
tle Ridgewmoad Hotel, was among gv>wiins at Mrs. J. A. Ilnmiglh cs".' irm'iv.'ld 'l'i,.'iy. II. i s ih -'lill e used in the manuufarture of m-o
W wednesday's arrivalsi. M r. an d| M .s. A. St l fs irsl i in l pi -ticiN lia s n e'y I, i.l.. is m i iintil ,Si.h i.e 7,;
I ti thel t- i n', n h i h ,s pll d lo, rk son t ile b u ild in g W a s p lloi ni. i ,
Rev. M. Binghamattendeel the nmeet- far the. Weet t t, wht .re they will nr- t a teeic he, sire. we tre1 Work t.. .uldiag was
ing of the 'ongregational Aesmmiitioni at miai for alatn a ninth. ir. S teele is 'er'v e'y Wyedlliady and twoc arealoaidi o
Orange City, this wek. |tiengaged iln liim ing oirnges fora h lI'lailit- Ge-i'ge. M. I'. 11 alt -ill lice iltiiiis is P cry are already on the groMd, I0 f.
e unling aker Irel .i ,. ldplihia firm. tislihing rior.l.d. In t i ho r l a-rs Il-'it silir- e rlil more carloadls are pe 1 exp i 0 *s
TI I eGri .ling iaker r v iw
health bread iae.au.e it is alill.ehitelY' fre I ll-'r.sih s salm.,,. ia.Il simaok.ed ,,ig2ie. ,inig. awlI h li iltl'st Iitatd il at Is'tween f the A l.54
from anything injrious. halibulilt it ilHwanrl Morison'. i i 21 i inde. W i Ie employhml as e om
The grand jury at IeLand this week I i sv.i.vrior .hI.nniing in -cng, li ne'e .wiilh I (l Try ou, r Ilal S1Cl...a,. 1,int igor: Il 'm i. 'e sl iimt'ittit.
returned true bill against ne alleged tile pri4.lanmantiion of President Roaxe- i- i aa,,,|' liei nl,, ii, I. I'rRMit- iieiunr tht iest o a(a.
hlind tiger. ia thii liailiwi'k. velt. his iawiid l a itproalwinalatioli drillingg A. I.iM.: A I., **xpIlive imore powerful thuams l r
W. H. Halstead, tof rawfoirdieville. ipon lthe. 'lil f hlorl (a ptie eroperlyn! k Vi.sk r iintring the S.p-l-Ami
lalnr'P' .o-.o it-aIlicr .7 Ie iiclay "otf tlie i -ks1 \'IV i k ill Midlway i. i|.,o r,.!-..sim n: sli.-e't wit ir l Ie' tie l a lsnali chamw R aS
Cud.r street. 'pingHe amd t license li n giving and p i rai' t Alaight y i h.. iie % wili'kte-l. irai. ,ins eeil.cp. s ast( of andl it shatteil all the wlidolws
lar Ntrt. He arrived Te~me "Ih. IIlitwiter is Inhiighiurlm iff h I lthei c-hcI e-ity sidei blwinig eleves eI 4 to
.1. A. Henlri ks and family mre now '1Tl' Ie Llaiee"' Firnishriing Store in i i t lit. railr;i'al cIrc I i..e.,Is Io l ..still eli( of sne of thie SpDall boatS. 4
pleasantly donmiiled in onr of aLomis tite oxby Building is again elwn ifor thel. hlow... tee diaw off li.. \ale.ir ftr'iNi N rtlih smkelh. gliilipowleir in other d'i
Adler's mhousec on Magnolia Avemie. ieawen's Iuiiniew under tlw mnaimg-nirt nt .lidlwav. invteitioiis.
of Misae Russell. Slie has a very 'ean-
The HI. R. C'. held t lusinew.s ieeiting
Wedneclay evening amid elected I. M1.
('roles, of Punta (iGorda. to nmemanlrhili.
Mrs. '. M. Iingham entertained a num-
her of lady friends Wedne1lity afternoon
in honor of lher mother. .Mi-s. W. J.
Win. Atwoal rvtuari-lw .Monday from
his visit to Minmii and Palm BeacIi. Mr.
Atwood mays Ilwey Iar. liot'i pretty
plares. but caiei't e.ltiall Ihliyionn..
Slbseriliers t4) tew G.aze.ite-Neww areI
requited to examiiiiime the. i ddwrimsse on
their paeler. If they ehow ani indebted-
ness to the palmer, we would thank them
to call at the ofloe itinel piay, or -en I In
the amount due.
Commodore Burayne's li hnitdi ime
yacht, the Sweewtheart ai rive4l at Day-
tona from New York Tiite.y in charge
of Captain Benauit. The voyage con-I
sumed twenty-seven days. part ofe the
time the ea being iqunite rough.
I.Trhe (iramling Bakery is l prpar.dl
to make cakes for pimrtie and ce|lititonti
on short notice.
Rev. W. A. Myrn-. |imwtor iof the M. E.
Church, South. he at Tampa conductingg
a revival meeting. No services will lie
held at the c-hun-h tomorrow, but the
Sunday following Rev. Wethierford, of
Port Orange, will ipra-h at 11:01 t. lii.
and .1:00 p. mn.
yWHave you tried the rye' liav;i<| fro im
the (iramling Bakery!
Port V. l cavengeool, buidinest mni-
ager of the Ocala Banner. was inl Day-
tona Monday and Tiiesday, aa isting int
jplaing tour new npres in position. Mr.
Leavengood he a hustler, and keep the
advertising columnai dt the Banner lbrim
full uf advertising. Thie Banner 6i the
liiJ t..*.al name t A ih ,.lmh. imliln.tihl
io *'"-te ln o -rvt''"p .in.''- e
and invite thle linlie of aytonn ai'l the '
tourists to t mil.
m.,File lila of fie' g "."tl. er Thsinks-
giving e.xie,-te-l diail.y at Mrs. .1 .]A.e 1] o
TIhe Laldien I'ir ile lf thfleoinr.,irr- eiti'
('hur.-hi i invited to meet at th. lih.,n. h ,f v.
M rs. S. II. liove.. ei-.'ne.r Ilit iL .... I : .lt
Volih ill Ave.lilile Frill$iv. ,\o nll. t*
2 i i. III. Illusill'ss \\ill I. i -. ti, .
All mie'milNw'rs IIla
Others ilten-ste '. in ti.. r. r i I F
(' r-li are ina hivitell.
.al.Neici ll v s- c r;itil \\'.Vc .!- v -liii
nilints. .A\T\eir n I'lle t%1:: t. I
Itartow is paiiie lo l ose' i siM iil
ex,-elle.lt yoVIllnlltg entll-emeillt is M -. -*
HaInikiris and lradlley. who li V'I re -,
eintly gione- intoi the t ildrug lusini,,ess nit
Daytoalli. Thle'y aril lothli iyona ini' ..
sterling worth. ainl we hl.eirtil ii% l- a-
mendl tieei teo tih 1-oileo i Iif Dm 1i.:. .
Bartow ('Coilier- I foiilr imaiiilent.
i~Bloton llakle- Itean-i it il hei, a;realin
Thoi.s K. Sc-att. otf ilnKg -tli. 1;:i. c-ii.
eral Iai;inaget'r of hlie C'.itral of ;i .,ri i;i
lly.. arrived! \withl his pirivate,.il- \c-Weld-
nmIe laiy. lie \\w;-1s rosii'r a Viim il liitulg
I.auilkini andl MIr. IL.imiipkin, \ hIe ill I )o llo li''edI
si.n-iel tlie winter at Police Park within .1. \',. hi.l id .l|-i, i s,. a a,,.. ,if |Ia
R. Elliieo. Judge I.mipkin is one of thhe ,.ii me,,r puI ii
.litlges of tle (eorgia Supilreme I'oirt.
a diil a g ientl iiinan of nationall laroniinitein I IliIi ,, llu l iii fc.l emf l :i1
F'il- li ne i tiofe- iarn. shirtt a.ndists i;inl -kiri n i,,,l il 1
ATWOIewe I'HAICIMAI \ .
N,-. iilk- ci n mili, c c'lv u|N ill ;
.1. I"lemiiingi, .Ir.. tit, Florioanli palmLi-
eiiger agent of e the il.,aisville & lNash-
ville Iy.. was in Dia)tona Teiwlay and *
favored thew tazettt-Ne'wP olthi, t"with Ii
verp plenjant u-all. .Mr. Flemiiiin is ime.-
nf tw almost Alait lil.*i i l.> teeiiarer lilin. Imo
'lur lim: viz
Is ArtMt'n Kupplie
s Pocket Knives
Ad Gawmws *
wh. Sewing maxhinew for sale
machinery repaired pruimptly.
don he"dtwn lowthe
d ftto sehes3t W. tht ems
sim tof Nws Comm il avemthe
1q ov, "Woguwood, coftde
AbhelbsDdubuars of PAri"
Tha-e" hebO, G600608masvahk
doe Abdodowr.is b owa, wt sa a
emmoh ciwhatlis emeptlain- tiulic
MA Mnemma, but simply a avery
IngdwL So&k -an to hb e swithk
..ery amib pmrhk Owdtoo ciba Ik our
ow-em bOi, awooheaumte ofabsisthe
in so in to hid away. The phy is
=No ow oo~r dma -eve wed to
at hpowbe de~lehmretr wWplabeisg
eMb& bsawewbto bot~u and Aieon.
The sper ~bw he cut out much
booasn te .,inml ow Ithtw fght aw
e~wmm~bb finam" ofIits ueaifrM and
ald dboth ohmmeters mmd icideatinto
be u a eWAt bMa estrength of
the 6uMY. R b MaW of BlIoR, a
PAIn ido w-vAhehinuchmugd inf.
a p"% mte "mI t r ciMsphhaobw
hem &slid, is em of thepsiaipa
*parts is pW. A happy &mein,.
uan& k dwOmet ory, im alo owe ofdo
*~b of ebs c dramatisedlt
21 mM. &M~4 withfthe atbiens ci
=olWNm&esw" wo ty gmSus' bsyo
A d w1 of sasse goeu.it insalohe
-, ~tmor waal .d islereuu, with
v~wr w apb is ft fthe uucemu
of do yewr.
E1hsdm-in'sovgb Usmedy. i had
*yqmvem md coldm &and ad
WSPOMeiS., but after eak-
b* Aen nowddone of medkiwiel It
*-~ th .cliIt cured my col
400PaaINS tomy debat disappear
I M 4IM n Iqipehu~y youuu
baw WOW BAL ~M &Nzyn, 64-Thirty-
6mW06 L, Wo~Whg, W. VU. For askl
L C. RMWEIS.
A qim=WlicernMiwami cobinethe tol-
bwf bomedu Isen ins rebueeto j.
C DW4 ,who oqpsid the Fraturmal
is iheft 9& m b at Summer: "At 12
ro W& sme, November 11, Mm .K. &
U~r mmd J. C. Back wege bitedini
hq y tdo 5ev. w. X NOstto,
IN&* d do BPtht (uuehof whieh
656 ub tMmd gaoom n man nbwms
L IL Meamyn, Gwavfl, Tex., writer
dbm -"Ib hlad hmstin lekt
wma d4ows a bdl di wekd; tried
bt got ma m taMl M Bard
aive pt of a be"d Doamrd's
I mggf madgot two
hks al--st nt. I eas ld
Sgo --be the bmt
ea Abrrgrahmmmdam PFor
mOdR in Palpalis, rub
a am jse Lwat, you IwE
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Counell met in regular session with
Pres. pro tern. Harris in the chair.
Present, Aid. Footer, 0. Smith,
Minutes of previous meeting read
Bills amounting to $744.02 were prem
mated and ordered paid.
Report of committee of special as-
seesment on Live Oak avenue drain
was read. It was moved by Aid.
Smith, seconded by Ald. Stevens, to
receive and file; carried.
Petition of residents of Waycross,
In regard to filling or draining of
Church street was read. Moved by
Ald. Foter, seconded by Aid. Stev-
ens, that Aid. G. Smith and Aid. Stev-
ens be appointed a committee to in-
vestigate and report at next meeting
of the council; carried.
Following report of committee ap-
pointed to confer with Mr. F. E. Bond
in regard to proposed franchise for
electric road was read:
Daytona, Florida, Nov. 10, 1902.
To the Honorable City Council of Day-
Omrtr.ujm:-Your committee ap-
pointed to Interview Mr. Frank E.
Bond begs to submit the following re-
A conference was held with Mr.
Bond who authorized us to have a
new franchise drawn up, the same to
be a copy of the one now on file, with
the following changes:
In section I, the words "free and
exclusive" to be omitted.
See. 2. "To run from DeLand and
eater the west end of Daytona, thence
along one of the city streets to the
See. 3. "Said electric or steam road
not to run north or south over Ridge-
wood or Palmetto avenues, and should
team be used at any time in con-
struction, or otherwise, no steam
power to be used on Beach street."
ee "To be completed by Jan.
Not to be subject to taxation for ten
Mr. Bond further assured the com-
mittee that, being as much Interested
In Daytona as many of its citizens, he
desired nothing that would in any
way mar the beauty of the city, but
on the other hand, that it was to his
own business interests to do all possi-
ble toward promoting its welfare.
JoMa B. PAmuNSoN, Mayor.
Cahs. IL. SM Pres. of Council.
Moved by Aid. Foster, seconded by
Aid. Smith, that report be accepted;
Moved by Aid. Stevens, seconded
by Aid. Smith, that said committee be
I-trcs to further confer with Mr.
Bond and present to the council, as
moon as possible a definite publication
for a franchise, naming therein all
steets over ad through which road
will be built and maintained; carried.
Moved by Aid Stevens, seconded
by Alid. Foter, that Street Commis-
l0"aFr each be requested to request
F. C. C. By. Co. to clean and open
dtches along their right of way from
110 iile post south to South canal;
J. W. WILImSON.x Clerk.
The undersfiged will give a fIe sample
of Chaabertaki's Stomach and Liver
Tablet to any one wanting a reliable
emnedy for disorder of the stomach.
bflioumm or constipation. This ie a
sw remedy and a good one. Sold by
Wd te s 8d &School, do
|% hSpb sn-our Mordomd anrssnar me*
0 I= AUS MEETIK.
An adjourned muetng of the Couty
Commiiomen and State Good Roads
Aseodation of Florida will be held at the
Board of Trade Booms, Jaksomvile,
10:80 a. m. Wednesday, November 26,
The meeting will heat vital importa"e
to the people of the entire State. IO-
po, tatut amendments to exiting laws
will be acted upon as suggested by the
Legislative Committee. An effort will
also be made to secure a part of the
Indian War Claim fund recently col-
lected, to assist the several countile of
the State in building good roads. The
quMtion of government aid in the con-
straction of improved highways will be
considered. Every board of County
Commissioneft in the State should be
represented and every good roads advo-
eate is urged to be present.
The improvementof our highways will
do much toward the development of the
esores. of Florida along substantial
lines and commands the earnest atten-
tdo of every good citizen.
As the meeting will be held during
Gals Week, and the railroads offer re-
droed rates from all partsin Flov ida, the
useeting should be well attended.
J. W. WHITE, Sev'y.
Get a free ample of Chamberlain's
Stomach & Liver Tablets of any druggist.
They are easier to take and more pleas-
eat in effect than pills. Then their use is
not followed by constipation as is often
the case with pills. lRguh r saie, 25c.
aINd On ~ B s W
Dokwat Port Orange
Mr. Behm ba w da water tower
etmed"O et e ~ hbtew.
Mr. sad Mrs. Veron Baew wewe the
guests of Dr. ad MrS. D eBois Suaday.
Miss Iltman speat Suday in our vil-
lage, the guest of M Erma sJohneom.
Geo. McDamlel returned Mat week from
his trip south much pplead with the
coatims mouth of as.
Mr. and Mrs. Dondinville, of Illinois,
arrived last week and an at home in
one of their houses on Dualawton Ave.
E. L Hicks and his two sisters came
beie from Cynthiama, Ky., on account
of one of the ladles' health, which im im-
The Rev. Mr. Flower. of New York,
who hee been spending sometime in our
town, preached Sunday evening in the
Union Church on South Ridgewood Ave.
to a large congregation a most practical
A. J. Haff and his estimable wife
arrived Sunday evening, and are at hone
for the winter I their pitty cottage on
River Stret. Mr. Hal has sold his fine
schooner yacht, '"The looklyn," to
John White, of Daytoaa. We are all
very sorry to see "'The Broklyn" leave,
so many of us have very pleasant meni-
ories of delightful days spent on her.
Mr. and Mrs. Ha f have given their
friends a great deal of pleasure with
Clothing, Shoes, Hats, etc.
Our Clothing is of the "London Fashion" and
"Satisfaction" Brands for Men and Boys. Although
we do not claim to have the largest line in town. we
do claim the best selected one. with plenty of styles.
and our prices are right.
Silver and Gold Brand Shirts and Collars.
The styles in the Jackson and StonewallJackson
Hats are richt up to now. Standard Prices.
Latest New York Styles in Neckwear--the swell
top notch four-in-hand, the butterfly midget, etc.
Star Brand Shoes are trade winners: we sell 'em.
Smith & Son.
stores at Lake City and Jacksonville
The Big Beach Street Fruit Store
Biggest and Best line of Candy in Town.
Lowt Prkie. Fruit of all kinds.
Hotel trade a specialty.
PETER (' CARELLA, Manager.
WE ARE STIRRING
In the way of giving har-
gains and getting their
friendship. Never has our
store presented a more at-
have the goods ieen so well
worthy of your attention-
a full treat of the ufnest
kind. No where on the
East Coast will you find a
niore coniple stock of
Bingham & Maley,
The Furniture Leaders and Undertakers.
Wilson's Improved Air Tight Heaters
Consumes Less than One-half
the iuel Other Stoves Require
to Heat Your Room. It Will
Hold Fire Thirty-Six IHours. and
with care would never go out.
This heater will burn Chilt*, Shavings, Bark,
Roots or Conrd Wood, and give more heat in kle
time and retain it longer than any stove ever
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED TWO CARLOADS
OF STOVES OF VARIOUS KINIM.
Dbt r hr de -mb.
lsamm at. amW atern
at a se.it sotlwr. M
ebhu THEN. K. FRANM CPANT.
Mah r o OVAL. FAIRY SOAP.
Week beginning Nov. 13, 1902.
Sunday ....... ....... 7:2
Tuesday..... .................. 9:02
Wednesday .....................1.. 0:,6<
Monday ............................ 1:46
WVednesday........................ 3 3
Saturday...................... ..... :51
AN UNWELCOME SURPRISE.
)During TTax Collector l)ouglatas' viit
to DIeLand last week he dist-overed that
the State held tax certificates against
over one hundred pieces of property in
Daytona. MMu-h of it is in the liert of
the city. and to get the r-cords clesar the
owners will be obliged to liquidate the
Mtate's elaine. Several cases have thus
far canee to light where the owners hold
rweipts for the amount of the taxes, in
which cases the amount will be reovered
from the persons who held the offices of
collector, or froin their bondsnwn, if one-
sibile. In thel event of the bonds wen
being judginent proof the State will be
the loswr. Sanoe of the tax deeds in
question date back as far itas 10. Thus
far it cannot be am-rtained how many
will be obliged to pay th amounts
claimed by the State, as it can be shown
that many are errors in asessment, mis-
takes of the collector, etc. The sanme
state of affairs is said to exist all over
qp- W- f a gu t
k Laxtive & M0Qu 8-e H
at a Bargain
The land known as the A. C. Barr
grove, containing about 17 arrn., will
le sold for $254N). For particulars en-
quire of J. N. DAVIS. South Ridgewood.
nd niall lovers of tine cigars! You will
find tlhe lark st. assortment. finest var-
iety and the IN-st
1; different lirnti. silf strictly first chlas
George H. Matthews.
:lt -n#- Wlull~lll!,
Neville H. Clark
Eyes Examined Free.
At ('lark's Jewelry Store.
.:'lf~~l~~e ..f~lf lIflf
We hmeasamaelis be4
che~me V ftor men and m m et d
chamsli nest wib mam
Cabmeis Vefs or Womand Grh, a=Aof
ehamaels es v wibrsFumea ed.
@a*"bsou e and sudden
gam ePriiss. $.0.
Chibah hma. *864
W. F. Gile, Jr &.Co
Noie dof Afpcium ser Ta ema Ul wl Sec-
Ua 8 do Cispter 48m. Laws d PaMia.
Notice is hereby given that LI T. Conrad,
purchaser of Tax Certificate No. S1, dated
the 6th day of August A. D., 19W, has filed
mid certificate In my ofIee, ad has made
application for tax deed to issue In accord-
ance with law. Mald certificate embraces
the following described property, situated
in Daytona, Volusia County, Florida, to-
wit: NW, lot 4. block 5, Green's subdi-
vision, Daytona. The said land being as-
sessed at the date of the issuance of such
certificate in the name of W. M. 8pelman.
'nless said certificate shall be redeemed
according to law, tax deed will Issue thereon
on the 15th day of December A. D., 1S14.
Witness my offlelal signature and seal this
the 14th day of November A. D., IM.
RHeal) SAMUIL. D. JORDAN.
Clerk Circuit Court of Volusia Co., Fla.
Pa"Mic e eto Phyiistms ad Surgsos .
i >fl of Medical Examiners,
Seventh Judicial District.
Orlando, Fla. November 1., 1W.
In aeeordance with am ateaUtLiled, -An
Act to Regulate the Practice of Medicine."
etc., approved May 815,ItnMyou are hereby
notified that the Board of MediMal xam-
Iners In and for the Seventh Judicial Pts-
trlct of the State of Florida will meet at my
offce in Orlando, Orange county. Florida,
on Tu.*liay. liecemnher 0, Is9s, It being the
secondd Tuesday in the month.
R. L. HAmRRIS, Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that the under-
signed administrator of the estate of T. J.
Metts deceased, will on the first day of
I ,.cembwr. A. D., IMi, make *Tpplication to
the lion. Minor 14. Jones, Judge of the
seventh Judicial Circuit of Florida, for
leave to sell at a private sale the following
property situated In the County of Putnam
and State of Florida and described as fol-
iows. towlt: sw14 of seL se'l4 of swtj, Sec.
II. Twp. I, R. -, comprising M acres, as the
property of taid estate.
JOHN METTV ,
Shirts and Collars
Mrs. Jane Gooden
)3s South Beach Street, Daytona, Fla.
Northern Meat Market,
J. L. ODUM, Proprietor.
The Largest and Finest
Market South of Jacksonvile.
We keep a complete stock of all kinds of
Frfeh Florida and Western Meats.
113 North Beach Street.
P 'Phone 37.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
and the Upr P ell didl
It ow mad aopeMesA sit lp lt
service on its Mwes, I ldi
Cars, Parlor Can, malatallag a I n.-
lenee of erviceausnequaled omy rdway
in the world.
It bas been a Pionuer ia the MN W
and watintheameofthe blek Im
in theoperation ofits.*tralsM. lthe
lightingof trains by electricity, heating
by steam an nany other progressive
method, which have.*ddeQahty,!eom-
fort sad luxury to travel. it is always
the leader in that direction.
The Pioneer Limited 1Tralae between
Chicago, St. Paul and Minneapolis have
the costliest and handsomest Sleep-
ing Cam in the world and the best dining
Car service, *
Time tables, mape and information
furnished on application to F. A. Miller,
Gen. Pass Agent, Old Colony Building,
bmeer Ck Skim.
Herbine exerts a direct influence on the
bowels, liver and kidney, purifying
and strengthening theee organs, and
maintaining them in a normal condition
of health; thus removing a common
cause of the yellow, mothy, gresy skin.
and more or lee pimplee, blotches and
blackheads. 50c at J. M. Jones.
Purity In Prescriptions.
1sDe Iw sefa emin lp
Hot Lunches served at Im '
Oyster stews a specialty.
Call and See
the new line of
Wire GrAGss oods,
Rugs and Art Squard
line of new cook stoves
J. H. Niver& Son
THE BASIS OF EVERY GOOD DINN0i1
i6 good bread. The Thanksgiving h h
would not lbe complete without it. it
and our superior aud delicious *
MINCE AN.DI) IMPKIN PIES d
rank next in importance to the tWih-l* I
In tlh opinion of many they will
the "festive bird" in excellence aId
A he >loleienetim.
We make a fillI line of 'ie,. ake*, ai.k
l'atery fear Thanksgivin g.
81mvial orders should I-e ent im eai.t:
To St, Louis and Dizzy?
To St. Louis and Chicago Then your liver isn't wcdq
well. You suffer from biluoWm
I'ull.mnan I'lae. Sleep.ing arm from Ja eksomville to St. Louin and to ('hicago, neSS, constipation. AetI
leaving J. k lmit ville daily at S p. m., via the famous Pills act directly on the
Dixie FlyerRoute For years they have b
P. O. !n11
AwmTra, Btumt A D
Besdeon and ofee, northeat-
lidgewood and Volhia ls
'Phone 89. Daytom
J. D. Ca, md
Before you have your plum
He can save you cent.
guaranteed. Br of City Hotl.
H. H. SEELYE. U. A.. U. D.
Physician and S -ro4.
Ofikce and reidenee 127 "dwg
avenue, opposite Ridgewood Hote1
Telephone No. 1t5.
Halifax Music HO
Fine Pianos ...........
Used Pianos............ 1
Second Hand Uprights 9,
Plasee to aemt.
0 mme %rIow- me b-o
bkYmmdm.II mljos b
rooms th e.mau&o ahtMl8I
teM. ND" ati om am belvaories
Isa*Um NLYTr t s Corn am was
kem x 'n ae for m. baoums.
a. PusI ~ Iowa. Bat rom MW j a smut iU.
*~U 000000 000*gs4s......p
AhLmmR BRrxxTr, Proprietor
tlo.tred on North Ridgewood. This homue is now open for swond
mewon. It has all modern improvements that can contribute
to the comforts of guents.
Menu Best the Market Affords.
..... ... .............................
THE DILLINGHAM I
Strictly First Class.
Oe block from the depot.
Will ie oiln ithe year 'round.
Rates, $2.00 and up.
I. & M. i. DILLINGIIAM, Proprietors. F
... ... ... ..............
STHE FOUNTAIN CITY HOUSE |
Overiooking tihe Halifax River. 0
Bjr the mianapment of H. W. Dunkkle, who was one of til, misue.asfnl l
manager,- of the Speaside Inn last i.wason.
Cuisene First Class. Large Airy Roomis. 0
HOUSE THOROUGHLY RENoV .TElD.
Usee of nail and row Iats f1ew to guests I
[. OPEN NOV\'. Ist.
h- -- -
THE SEASIDE INN
(Oppoite Keating's New Capino and P'ier,
Old tatbrwaie, (Daytona) Floridla.
lenUdsonme new modern hotel situated on the finest Surf Itathing
omh in Florida is now open for the Winter Season oIf l'),2-'. Large.
air room. Dining rooim overlooking tie owtvan. Fine Ct sin oi iln service.
H. F. STEWART, Proprietor.
-- --i- -
Open November Ist.
Omtrally located on the corner of Ridgewood( and Magnolia Avenitues. ,eacli
1iOf et wide. in the most elevated and nitost desirable raisihc.lie juirtioni
t tbptown. Tlis K houe has a sointheit rnexpisllure is lightedl ly .*lh .tii.ity;
o saitary plumbing andtiall inulent leonvetiitnes';: wa.l i-11itc.l inat wtell
hMid uooms icely furnished and teintaining largi i ..-ts. TIw tawlla is
46 t the iarlkt ca afford. For rate adressn
,-JRS. ci. B. PARKIN-SO)N. IDytonli. Flori(dt.
STA NLEY HOUSE
SS !i. MOSELEY. P'ropri.toir
NOW ()\ I N.
Tennrms S7 to $9 per X'eek.
season, from May 1, 1'M:3. at
1408. Both Carolina Avenue. ATLANTIC ITY. N. .1
N.o-.g..... ............ss.e.s*******.**** *
Sto. the Cough and Works oft the Cold
l.;i\intir Itr' nio qiinihin, 'T.,illets icar it
alhl iii tait t;iY. Noi ('irl'. N, l'.ty. -2ic.
IRates Moderate. i
Dobms to ~ ~ b
CIL MSTS MOLD MINE.
Jw tutlle Metropols.
Heem Wilmans-Post and her huibanMd,
of mNtal science fame, who reide .i t
Sembgllne, Fla., have sent out cire-lAk
with the following announcement. Mrs.
Post is known all over America as a
mental erientist. Tle Posts claim tlhe
have an optician on a valuable o'ild
mine in Halifax county, North Cartlinw,
and have issued a circular in regari .,
it, which, in part, is as follows:
"I offer $100,000 of tig Halifax Plater
Mining Company at 10 cents on the dol-
lar, provided the stock iw taken to that
amount not later than Novemtber 8th.
That i., for $10 you get $100 in *ttock;
for $100 you get $1,000; for $1,.<1d y -i
Ret $10,000 in stock; for $.f,0340. ;6.5.
000 in stock, and I honestly believe that
your stock will sell at par within twtlIe
months. If I do not rweeive e i f I
$10,000 by the 18tlh of November I will
return all moneys sent nme, for I caiutit
hold the property a day after mny option
expires, as otiler stand ready to pur-
chae it at at much higher priee.
"I am well qware that it will rintur-
ally he asked: alloww is it that this prop-
erty has not lien goibledl up lby others
long ago?' I can only answer tliat it
has not. The prollperty is tiern-. tie gold
is then'. the water to walsh the golk out
(the experts saiy ."54i cubic yards i rdA..r ,
each yard containing ait least $1 in KvMd)
is there. It is simply now a iquetiea ,of
whIo is to gaet it.
"If you have a.iy sum of money to ih-
vest, from $10 up. and have evonfiflence
in my judgenient anid integrity, say
again that I lionestly ilieve I can make
it ten times as minuci in twelve iUmotitih.
understandd, if you act at all, rt-t at
once. There is not a day to spatr. leual
check, draft or money order, anid if I dol
not get the full amount, I % ill return :S
promptly Noveinl.ra 20(th.
"c. C C.OS'."
MHR. POsT lmoSIM'E:s IT.
SI eiint t weinty y.ers among thegohl
milines of ('lif irnia, iilnl -ii4si el-r mywslf
a jilTlg.i of intining lirkil-erties., at l oast il
toi tlne way gOd calln Ie: mliied clhesptly,
and I know Mr. 'ost's jludgeliiieiit i t!oU
gKood. If we lhadil tl( iitoein oietmirsei', at
iminilneiatte conaiiinan1 l wt shiouli 1put up
tle $10,(M4,Ni. ild give our friew'ils a!
niitIlcv, at tlIhe stoLk ift.'tv-r il'|As. I I':i
ino1 hesitation iln sal3ing that I inlly :.
dorme all that Mr. Ilot liit sl.i s i t'i aA
ciltular, and while. I hlia.ve. ni t h,-i e
imildorised any of t the1.iman miiiiiiigi '-i'i+-n.i
that havwe lit-, su1 mlit .',Il to lilt, I .
thioroum ghlv iinal Int-iil il ir-se thl a
llydrauilic iiilningii. w iin \atir c.it 1 o #
tecurl. a. in thiii l als, is co impar.Ativ"-
h1 il'x|'iiiv.'. ani t Mr. 'o.1tst s l ieroi il
examniiinatioin otf the proi rty sI ti.th a ueo
liStaltltl.v of its value.
"lIII'LKN WII..IANS P'~O t'."
('uit this out antl take it to liny lra'
store' amid get a fi'v samiili of Cai('iia-
lierlaiin's Stomiach antl ILiver Talblets,
the best physic. They t'leains amndi aivig.
orate the stomach, imiiiplrov thel' Pile-
tite and rt gilatt0 tli.r l.owls. l~lem'lhu
siize. 2.-*. petr itox. All Iuiin ig s.
THE COUNTY SOLONS.
Thi.e regular monthly tmvtlig i L l.e;
oanord of County 'oniisiioini IaS
Ihln rtl tall \\,.tln sllty tinil 'i'lilimi.lalt t I 'ilt
held1 t(111 V.'-dili-da.. aiid Thlil n'thi ( lw t
wv,'k. \w iti all iint'iii't'l-'. Ii 'lit, l'iaz'-' i
man ill IoIlt ,.rs pir-sidilinr.
I'ltgr..s wa;is. relportea a il o di *"nJ
wortk inll the' county.
Thl' nlotitl.v lianild of ll.irri't .'' ilia n i
H illuliini' \+;Is ati1'ro\,d.
Itil,' alul i'volvar liandtls \\t.itr ai-
tprot a\e i tl id litetiisa' olram ,i'a i suii| l e +
followi nig linai<'
tiis. I. S. .Els citlli. \. .I. liilt'y, I. i.
Sturirgas. E. N. ilioii. i. iS I1. Mwlainihi'g
'i'a .ail nl t ii l a i t irfeli
aTlina is iom i Lii to l .>l af. >\ll>lil ,r liul,,t
iihliii lit St. A igustii.. twas alllppr 1t'l.
Thlnc iniart'rly rn'li00rt ofa Inhn c:aniity
trUasn-.lr \'tas tx)minimal, paidl \V ;aLrraLli
,lestroy.d and tI he rlIpoit aplaroa a .d.
,ililn-i, o s l,11 ,ill for r.lll.,mlil ,.xl n'iil S
ianil I n' \|IISla.es of oiiil ti n til lie' c' -
tion ,\iif. atiilit'dl and paild.
FOUNTAIN CITY PHARI1ACY.
NoRTn BEACH STREET
Hap a Selet Stock of......
DRUGS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS, PATENT MEDICINES. BRUSlES,
COMBS AND TOILET SOAPS.
Perfumery and Fancy Toilet Articles.
DR. J M. JONES, proprietor, can be consult4ld professionally during bumias
hour; office hours Sundays, 9:00 to 10::t1 a. i1n.; 2-::t to 4:30 p. m.
W e are prepared todeli-
I r on short notice any
VV () (I I ). kind of dry Wood. Our
price is right. Drop a
postal and we will call. EARLS & COLEE. Yr'4a3Av.,
. We have one of the freshest, finest
:and best lines or groceries in, Daytona.
Howard & Florrison "
Cor0e0.. .*.. .r**' aet _eco: AJvee.
Spencer B. Green
Steam and Hot os
Water Heating. .%
Agent for the Ericsson
NORMAN S. DAYTON,
Fully Kiln Dried Pine and Cypress Finishing
Lumber, Flooring, Ceiling, Novelty
and Bevel Siding,
Mouldings. Shingles and Lath, Brick, Lime
and Cement and Plaster of Pa ris.
T1 ill,. 49.
Miignolia Ave. andl F. E. 4'. Ity. .- ,* :..:. i
DAYTONA, FLO(ID 1)A.
F I A. Oslborne, Prop.
| NOW OPEN Io (Ct.I.SS. I
Orange Avenue. 1 )AYTONA. LORIl )A.
('.O.. CHAMBERIIN. Nl'ai'RIt'InTi
Situated on Beach Street Overlooking the Ilalifax.
Strictly First Class in all Appointments.
WILL OPEN I)ECEMBER FIRST.
SDry Pine and Oak Wood deliver-
S ed promptly on short notice. All
O of our wood was cut last year.
.1. L. 1 )\ M,\n13 North B.' ich Mitre.t.
m\ .T~. 1L. ODI M, Ttekepiout-S3.
A Medicine for
Rev. Geo. Gay, Greenwich, Kae% Is
past 83 years of a4e. yet he says: J
am ejoying excellent health for a. a
of my ae, due entirely to tic reju *
atin fluencesi of Dr. Miles' Ncr:;.'j i
It bInmw leep d rest when nott f i
else will, andgives strength and ~'i,
ity even to one of my old age."
"I am an old soldier." writes Mr. 4 "e
Watsoi,of Newton, la, "and I ', 0
been a great suffeter frum neraouss: *i
vertigo and spinal trouble. Have spi ft
considerable money for medincine af
doctors, but with little blenetit. I e
so bad my mild showed signs of weak.
nes. Ihegantaki IDr.Milcs'Nenlb
and I know it tarcd my life."
Saved me from the insane sp-
luimu," Mrs. A. M. lcifncr. of J eir*
.M 5Sma M .rite. *I UL en ma*
N-;il I. 1ml
I.IIi" I"I I t i
aw and Planing Mills
ROUGH AND DRESSED PINE
It's all Florida.
Wihy uy uinported cigars, made from h..aivy trpin.i i ti .ra I ,.| i,.ri.l \ t h opium
and other drug, when you .an have tihe' In- Flt ridil a;i :i ii ; i ti- nt porie?
llox ")f 25....................$101 FREE BY MAIL TO ANY ADDRESS.
Bux af .. ................ 71 .-
S. W. ROWLEY SI.r.oI*.
The Old Reliable
Winter Park, Fla.
Founled iss.3, having sl,.-ial F'i ilt p li.itiai ii., ; ti T. Ir i. st.
Tlie South Florida CoIllef e. l.,wae;itr l on a it l 1 g I ;.iaman1lg
thte s;ring-fed lakes it o I raigi 11 t4' i1V .... i,'; :I. rial;r ii.
S .1()lbo(iftn 41ci4,tjoul.
MRS. J. A. DOUGLASS
SNorlh l.hii.- Stnw t. 9-6
DAYTONA TRANSFK CO.
PI' I it RIcFit A Ii I 'Ii>rtirietors.
"SAN MATE" The Nation's
NMAT Best Cigar.
DAYTONA NOVELTY WO
E. DLLINGBAM, Propristi.
Mudilg: ScToI Sawbing Turniug
oWork and Wood Yaos, PoS
P Ylleys Made to Order.
4-10 DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Ago" Vi ritc.
W. F. Gilk, Jr., & Co.
SMIIT JNERY and DRESMAKING
Handsome line of Pilow Cover and
Fancy Articles just received
Rubber Tire Carriages Fine Horses Careful Driven
lie .i I wVlil 't-iii|II.i l f. r 'St.rit Rides'.". The finest turnouts in the city.
li~es kmins it iall triiri- iail takr liass -n r to any part of the city. I
"1T"u ks diliv i-I jl aIriillit !vy. Stitllhs >pl)Kf4ite Public School.
L Telephone 27
W.J I j r 0n Leading 0
I GI UllUJr1 &I U1 Druggists =
: Thle Il !v'-t :l ai tll aIt (',,tlahll te Stcsk
tof limi .- ii i I I, l iii *n t I l' plilti llas ttil- ll-
1 p u,,!--d 1> i..";- ,', liPh ui, acist only.
% Perfumery and Toilet Articles. \ 1
'TRY I I'lIN : T \I ill ; I I \I..\ rent-- ,-, a bottle.
SBach Street. # 0 S 0 DAYTONA. rLORID A
BOND & BOND CO.,
(I \ :l' P lt \TK V E )
---.'1 \ N \t T\ I'I-'I:- O4(IF-
Rough and Dressed Pine Cypress,
Lumber, Lath, Shingles,
Flooring, Siding, Ceiling.
Brick, Lime and Cement in Stock.
Offices and Y: rds: East Coast Railway And Orange Avenue.
R. J. Malby, Manager
HALIFAX WAGON WORKS
1. 1. (GODWIN, Proprietor
;III kind. of
OCEAN STAMHIP .
rAST rlORT AND LUXURIOUS PAISOGUR BOUTE TO
New York. Boston and the East
BY LAND AND SEA.
Short Rail Ride to Savannnah
THEOCE via Palatial Express 8teamships.
Sailings from Savannah
THREE SHIPS EVERY WEEK
To iNow. York.na w44W '~~i'titMiithItNewiy Y' i- l1octfoaaa cpIllm~ i smijid
LU....All ticket agc~ta are rni;.jolhed witli i 'mist llu.% fi a~ 11 il.'. laill f'
gfup'nmulaiekbormation, suafiliW w.eItih.. slea'.,'4t of Mmifl n-w*3'~ td111-4ts. 4art' ci 11.11
WALTER H AWI UNS. 1eiunul Agnisl 221 ,. Ii vSt it, k,, iI H. F. 11
W. H. IMLARANT.S. I'm"e. *ii~e d Woim'.iger. IIA 1.'F I\' I.A v
New Piter 35 Nerth IRiver. No-%% je'irt., X. 1". it i
LOW L U SAMSNL 4L
lt Elect Aug. 28, 1902.
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S.............o lbo oe.o:::e.
rbowmatic jams idm ,I Aback-
list he. Tim wds lk- raUght
is a ot pck-e ad nm-
b on bed usikkms@a "go'lk
r or MdI he
40 !Md *41 m g 1
NW 6:w 1arnIb k* am"ealog
I i eib wi madads, htui @lwk0
I~~A. J~, G, pp ..La
I ',ui-iiirtins with llland. Holly I
HWl, Ormiood and Moutitgrove.
Cabinet Maker and
Wood Worker s
liooi a udii< Winiow S' rvdi, I'ic tiIi
M3ouldiihig lUati tI, order. All kiilidls i
SFirntirunIt.rla.-|aUiringdot on iliort not ic
III Ivall. aPlitalI4 lI Io eB..
('Cottiage Aveliln DiLytohil. F'ia
Wu. WMwKi. Manager.
Made from IDistilled Water
Il'ntiy opeii fro ilm to 12i Sindavs
Volusia Avenue and Railroad.
F. W. MAMM,. l'riopri.etir.
Rat.s. $2.4) pemr lDay and I'pUlirdl;
Slpeial to4 Rt-eK lair Ittatrilers.
S:\V SM YRNA, FL.1ID1ilA.
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Day i Dily ia u
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BUTfM PABLOB CAMs ORM 2AIMNS AND 78
Id"OR LWNUS OHUDULUS.
ulbv. Uri Mr. [=.I
no lp, jowl-HRUL go 9 a* os rA! Goes 6146
KLN U&SMO IBJLAJF(M* tic Go
Dal.r. I D&HY.
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M &W O .............. ........ LVI
KAYPOR~T BRANCH. 4-6a:6-
Da ely's I ow.is
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r .......... S.
LIWI 5AwO a3NO ENG ny. 0"a 1ak
;rlw*am5 t...pv --pj...
Afrm ma" 5.Vj D-"4 OW ANG.v Orauge City.
ohmo ~bs tha w ISb* Sim 84atwhich trISS AW XWbe OePApn- Ito arrivesand
~ sdomZ lbus tate arwtv or dgSwommat &be Urns.suabsi o110o4mai~
~IS41h3No-ba1w I lt p~dW* for sany Mayaor any e soseqeafsaukbrni;
himmhr mi h.IWtuI Steams* ~iut~aat Miama..
wim~cthI iss. i'.laighettiletA ea c'e
I I%% TA I NA ,FhI Imt sI DA.
A ttorlwy-at- I aw.
PI--l's Iatlmt 5.110msoil mit g9-11.tsI f ill Imttlcissr..
4 PIll',- i atth.4e C 1sas% tit'. tsllissg
DO IA N 1). 'I. Iftl DA.
)4.3 )dt ( I ca 7Ic t ric it ICi
1 Virilng ftor Electric. Lighttc m a S1.ialt'.
S hil Fu hll Mimi ll ( of c ill kills (of electrical
all iliaIIei s ;s iltll ia M jI1 li|011i ll- ll It'. l n it lhlllill.
S, 'l'ial :atilht t li6 0 t imUHriiAi wo.,'rk
S,'ilinolc e uiiithiliIn lIti' to)ilii n Flti.
;California m Return
' We take t1 f w1f1loamb h a -w.
paper publishd at P1ittd, Mam.:
"Mrs. Hamiltom gmgraew-Ad*am, of
Daytona, Fi.., o of te brightiet
women journalts iH telomth, iaOme
to New York after e 1veal1 moutI 01o-
journ in Lenox, where dbe had apart-
siunts lit Hotel Aspinwall.
*frx. Adiolms. is the *Ikorothy Ii4' of4
Florida. Wifte of a well-known polili-
ii JIis, n hi death epv-.rral year tg.o Mrin,.
A-las .en-mt.rvd tIhe journaulitic fkild a
EE.ast Coiast rrvlspodeatkor the Florida
Timnus-l-iiion aind itiart of Jacksonville.
mnuI hlus followed the development of t e
resrts at (mnnond, Palm Bleach. Nasan
i ad other BEat Cuast irsort for several
wiirters. Many of the brightest jierwoial
go&.4ip from the south, which hni he*-n
read lby readers of the New York press
has hwe from the pen of Mrs. Adamp,
and she is known as one of the elevenn st
contributors to Town Topimc and other
A W-- ms M th_
This in the monih ofcoughs, cold and
acute catarrh. Doyou catch coldeasy?
Find yournlf boarne with a tickling in
your throat and an annoying cough at
night? Then you should always have
handy a bottle of Ballard's Horehound
Myrup. J. A. Alderson, 354 West 5th
St. Malt lake City writes: "We une
Bsllarde4 Horehound Syrup for coughs
iund ,oldM. It gives immediate relief.
We know it'. the bent remedy for these
troulkles. I write this to induce other
peolpk- to try this pleasant and effk.ient
renwey." 2r., SA2k and $1.00 at J. M.
M WIU jENEaX,
FOR iO La (twi.) wommlli":
Robert 1. Wall, a foI r ao do Lie
ma, arrived H th city Monday s eveg
direct fro the Isle of lPie, wh e bis
Wla ely imlestoid hs rl estate aO
other basiwe propositions. Mr. Wal
has just been elected president and gen-
eral manager of the Sante Fe Iland Co.,
Isle of Pine', West Indies, and will have
hli heaalsluarters at IlavaLunL. Cuals, No.
3, bernuaL i. .Mr. Benjamisin Mason,
also a fornwr resident of this city, in a
dimvrtor in thM new corporation and ar-
sides at Sata Fe. Isle of Pits".
Tic initernt which people are taking
in the lile of Pines in illustrated by the
time in which it took to organize this
company, the capital stlok of which is
$llO,4NMI. Mr. Wall reached Ch-icago
last Wednesday evening and injiust thnre
days had all the stock sublirriled, the
requiiwd amount paid in, and artirlke of
Incorporation drawn up, signed and for-
warded to the secretary of state. In the
meantime a prospectus had been gotten
out, plans of operation formulated and
orders for contracts and stationery
placed. It would have been easy to place
one half as much more stock in the same
The company owns 15,0Xi) acres of
choice lands in the Isle of Pines which it
proposes to dialopse of in 100arre lots or
parts thlweof. Twenty-four of these lots
heave already been .old. Mr. Wall is en-
thuniastki over the outlook for the Idle
of Pines. His family is at Dayeona. FIa.,
at present, but will remove with hima to
Havana tio rnmain for the winter.
The little daughter of Mr. J N. Powell
THE COUNTY'S VOTE. jumped on an inverted rake made of ten
penny nailn, and thrust one nail entirely
through her foot, a second one half way
Ai ut nw-third of the qualified voter through. Chantberlin'. Pain Balni wa
of Volutsia county cast their ballots promptly applied and five. inuites. later
ekletio day. The total vast was 66. the pain had disappeamid and no min re
ancd the grand total .a candidatee re- suffering was experienced. In thr. days.
ived follows.: the child was wearing her hoeews am usual
For (ongreves. Second Congresional and with absolutely no diniomlifort.
lihstrict: Mr. Powell is a well known nwenhant of
Itolert W. Ilavin............................ 441 Farkland Va. Pain Balmn in an antiapti.
For Jiisti.e Suprwnmw Court: and heals s'uh injuries without matura-
William, A. Hokr....3 tion and in one-third the time required
SA. Hokr........................... 4 by the usual treatment. For .ile by
For Secretary of State: All iDruKtggi.t.
H. (lay 'rawford............................. 441
For ('onptroller: |ii ltUilfml iu|HIUIIHlifHHtliffv .
Do1 you ,iu Whis.ke.v for neli, i.i! oiother purpow? If so, ask &
for uri.-em and dhm.riptive matter.
The Riverside iUng Company,. CL
Manufacturers of High Grade Old Fmshiowd
North Carolina Hand Made Whiskey.
Alo Pe'aemh and Apple Brandies.
Try our "<'Mi i Kinih" torn Try our Dtxs Ib
Whiskey at $1.1i per gallon. at PAl. per IlBlif,
We are situated in the heart of the Imoiunlainl laonlii where the pureat of i
are made, and can supply you with a grade of Kgoods. the quality of which is
We have suberlor facilities for supplying our customers with high grade gaod
notice, and we poiltlvely guarantee every drop of whiskey tha #oe on e" S ga
We promnil prompt slilpment. and express's rates that will lanterst you. Glve -"
We guarantee absolute .atisfactlon Id every particular. Auglm r -
Riverside Distilling Company
We refer you by permnbsitoni to First National Bauk, iltalesvlle. N. '.. JKEW
Htatesvlle. 9. t'.. or Br ld t r a-. "'s Iirectory.
Throglir h tir-ket.tto New York, Phila.hip
New Htaven, New Lonmdun, 8tonig
I I'rtividk.'r,. Fall River. Boston and
ALL NORTHERN POINTS
at ra"t. LOWER THAN VIA ANY OTHER L*NE. Thwte-am
train" every Thnrs.lay. leaving .hJickmonville as follow: t
Via tlw M h ei kls.la sti ........................I:Il It. i. (Metropolitan Limitsd.)
Via PI|'lnt System ......... ................. :l p. .
Via ,Ial.,atird Air Lis.................... 7:4(t p. mI. (Fast Mail.)
SPasIu iiwneri hiLve Dlhtytion.a :219 am and
.:1:22 pa,. InitakinKg
Aor illiiAtrated imttr, *liigranast. r'rvatio.s, t.icket. etc.. addiag_ s
S A WX. PVYE Agyent. E'
A. ('. (room.. .. ................. 43: ............... ........... v --7 --ta ---- a wa....ue, r..l.ui .
For Railroad Couumisioner: | Ooxdalll tlappelings. I Ieo. II. 'aprk. Latl Agent, ()aystoa, a.
I1. IHluieli Iturr........................ 417 l MMlliltuiffil#MUffi m Bf ****fe********
Jeft-essrlon B. HerI wne........................ 402 .... ...
For State Senator: I Mr. E. E. Jols is confined to he r -i"
Frank W Sam................................ 42 1 i: le lul ll. .
4 'or Repre sentative": I J. I. Hawkiiin., of Henlry countyy llli-
Chlarkle I .. mith......................41 i, *is. at tlkhe B h iHoaefor the winter. e c ia l L o w a t
I Tho.iU J. S irkmai ...................... 407 Fho, rlura i in the il.! (;o
hFor4',Conty T.isrer...: ""AVto,.A. ile aa"tnrm"al 'e.hearae",l fll CmIffornia Colortadoe Ttahk Or(gon,
ames J. Viat............................. 44"0 grtt j t,. a h2IifOTIO T3O, Ut, Or nI
I I). I'erkiiSmh...i.th ................... 4:12 i A aut party at tLwCaiisio on S.it W ashiogton, M ontana l Nor
For Tax AeNsmor: urdiay night wam wek-omedl i y tie young VIA
S util hi t Wilon ............................4 4 j l4- Iple." Min. Ailerrouilhie furnished tlw
For .County Co,,,,..,i.,i,,,,,i: ,,i., tlH. abeew. of Mrm. Sp iagler. Western & Atlantic Railroad.
Kiufuch Ii. lIrooke. IWist. No. 1............ :; Mrs. A. t Spangler ham l~a-pted a| 'X4
Frank EK. Iond, Dist. No. 2............. 41. msicai-ul engagement in Jacksonville. aI n
""" F.",,'d, Dit.. 2 41' "HI robly hnnt in J a.nuy11v H NASHVILLE, CHATTANOOGA & ST. LOUIS I
%'Wit II i. Brlide, liit No. ii........... 416 will probably Ile away until Jaiuary I. ILL HANA & Lu I
olThimiis I. Rodger., >lit. No. 4...... 41.; Mi.Mi Ruby will join other niotler horitly. "DIXIE FLYER ROUT
"l'hini.S.1. Murray, iLt. Noi. ;........ 411 A la a ilsIXI, e c LY ug hOrel a ii A
A handtionne young bridal -ndul oi,
,,,I.r .hool oard 1..frieids. of, W .4. A., Snow. ped thriuga During September and October, 1I902
hl I.. 'laieydMr, Dit. No.2.......... ........ 41 ,our plave. ciakingit hot rsto at the Fer dei,.eimti ivemaitter. rttes~.. -whedueimle.s.. et.., write tto or call on
j. I.'. ae, lI)Mt. No .2 .......... 41 i Surf Creit They were touringthlsntte, t
E F. Ki'ls., Dist. No. 3............ 424 amd had jast cetured frn ,te.'klelge. E. J W alker F. P
Fomr 'Coustitutional Amendment to is al lhiv l. .*yFt
creavae tle number of Suprene Court Seaside Inn im being put in prime con- 212 West IHity St.. or A. V. & W. y. Ticke.t O office. 201 W. a-y St., Jack
.lIstivces, 13:8 for, and 95 against. edition for the opening in ieceniber. I'. E. HKARMAN. hen. I'L. .as Aigent, I. F. SMITH, Traffll Mal
Atlaiats. 11m. Nashville, Temr.
For Conetitutioiial Anielndniuaet to in- Many touritst are waiting for rte aAtnt. Nhill, Ta
am a.etikle t if aIsiselmr otf 4'iresiit lo f lt .u dgs. infor niaation The cottages, teo,. are, -
141; fi ,l. mil1 ,15 aglaist.' being aigaged rapidly and smooni ever3 .
thing available will iw taken.
You Kew What You Are Timig
4VIhite. 4 nmC aasin fnumifw e cvet s$.Islv kils. Weiw you take Irteve's ATatelehm Chill
W'.'.irSia. liut reAvt..m them.s isot mliim. 'r Tinit. Imeauce, the formulal im plainly
ill % hi6e4 thlev, Imild their sli,.At;, it tlriliag. 'printed aon every miottle Ahlowing that i .
aniqluickly aleathlI ni easci oiii .m e emlutime i.ilov mirnaad equ inii tasteleses.
i Idv wei,*e'.',( mssaa-s lia ex6l .-exi6 27--m. --i ffri. N, (Iure., No Pa y. 25%'. 'P
. 1 .hle ii, .
THE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
Th'ee Boa.srmd ocfI'siel ic st rsatti' us lce.I.
its. Nti eyedishee so-hpci' alm i mascikyan itdTiles-e
la %. of lsi.4t 'we~ek '.'.it ItfillI assiams iseime
I~ ~ ~ ~ Kkll 'etaeesims. itcee sandl S1tjmeii -
it-e4.icelsstFish ltelstiblted lthat after ims et.ti.
gal it mht lt-he,.v had t raisfcereel W. S. C arl-t'
tleaheiteg"t I(16-114-(e.to lFlham'te-. .gIaitI
A. S. Hlarruiin in thioroiuglaly ove-rhaul!-
. ilg his. tore Iuilding for a large gs'ni el'
iiiei-thailime lec-iiicse. tliri from a lr-
lierville have leavei.l tim lthe ildlintg and will
mi i I lu-s it for this. |iirpowe. Thin is
11i4cli a0e-|el.-|, anid % ill nw it i'-ieat iniesi-
velliellce to our peoplee.
The Best PrescripUt ler Malaril
Chill anidFeverl i a Ibottles of li geVK's
TA'STi.e'.M CIL'nil. ToN e'. It i.i simplyy
r.o anur. l alillyi i ia tl.l t.- ls. it l s.
No Cure. No Pay. l'rief 5-0 vniats.
vi.e : iHal~k Iy re ig elc. i'w w w i' ga t tll the M .'hMl iu1 1 o iis
Resixiiation ll W. A. M.-Bride.l as tru ;* gei*-at aitrali.tionforthIe.hi.llen. Eii aeh
t -e Iof Holl Hill li.-tri-t 'a4- rI ..iri.ed 'ld hildl right hisi or her cuntriluiti on toi
41l a5,mc<1tecl. lp". f.r tlhe inlis.tr mldal it. Idravte Ke.atitg
I ol n petlitioe Wli W.eth.erell -rc I p. Il- 1 .S t1he lie m'W D iitlAilli"eis fol r the hing-
iminted trustee at 1Holl1 Hill,. i.e w%. .A ig. Sim iIll it go(l in iiin. and tlw
MhBride rniiwned. ,-hool in faortliiite in having iher lielp.
I Flon iwtition .I. M. 1Mllulcatilgh %aIL.' To Camare a I ts a Day.
appointed trustee at .S'-ailSebrvz. vive. I lalxativ1e Bi41 1o Quiiie Tia l -t
a ,l,,isateei All
Z. Burdick. nsiglneil. ti ia. tW. rW. e', ,,e-i-natlir.. oi
I .lo petit lol \Wt'e.tleV Clifton Wi .s ap- each il0 x; 2.c.
pointed nyivervisor of3' Cliftosn iscliocl. ris c ittage. lulsptoite ;T
('tCuninsiimio.r E'ausev relo.rtel that f. nth ttge.ppoiteti
he ha shipi-ed onehalf desk t .toffie, halsI*Wen leas"Id for the. winter
I.he Hawks Park ehool af eli i,.ste- to tm ir frie'd C. L. Birgis. who i hlt
tion. of th. l .orl. l-.pa"I tlh last fe'v wiatel.rs i lDvaytma
i oes. istioner Knapi. was in te r. It lrKirSl1 am1 his iStetr will N4st4 Hid
to send supplies tio Pmowe Park -hool. iilI y the tlw" uitmiiicc osl o uf tIlO Sol
Stet.ein l hooil. clolorec. was graiitel aI failil I ., ty wi i lto lieW tile Nor
lit. of their Iiniw home.
mie inolitlis terms.
To, Sale- 0 Acrmse m Tomoka.
Th.. following are. t vehi-Iles w. hive i Tw-ety t.s. uider he g-pr ef ir e.
auifau-t.ired.lringtlheIttenamoilthsi: feie; fair Iseildiiagon; 41i ac.ren.opik anild
W. M. Guthrie., farmn wagon; Mr. Clifton. mi e iI. Wll I., ,. .... ,. .
w sip 111101 Will W M441 410-3t Awdl
I-I'--- -I- -TII.I...... .. .. ..... .. A 0 1",
hilllnting wagon; Peck & Faoster. grocery ,to X.are of Ilauzette-Nwm.w.
Via L. N. K. i i;o: loin .hoihsimoi. wood'w*aggon: Ii.
L-.1 F. Morrisoli. gro-ery waigonll; N. S. lha-
i 'i5at-c la. r-ul trip t ikLets ions t hlmlr n ; R. R. ot I Real Katate For Sale.
Sik.s'Amalivilhl. on ial A Iugust I to i. ctl- nd wagon Mlo lellanM E.ard. Twe*'tv neir-s of firmt -lan~ hu,imc-li
Skmi, e c frm 'o t li ts l. lil.er wi gol. .1. M. Fil, uav, autil lald; fifte,. il re. ill n w ill thfi, co ditio,.
'"" 9"a a ad eiia Frem. t t w-gc Sb i; llVto wood wn-Ilge H fiOr gardening or farming. Allhreo.sl
ruas l F l liat i-. "aiv rait Se. si lovelI. L. Mi e l id. far kwago.ago ; It. Rt. Poston. I Einte' tOf this. l1es 1.
miarl anil wood wagon,: C. S. King.
g iomery w.igon: T-Pot (reery.& truck; row Eale at a 3avgail.
TIl'-'ot iirtcery., grL..ery '.'a,(: TIe ni Lof sw~ e' of me f Sec''. tl. 'lV.i
Johlnslii. lmiilk wagon;l T. L. .ltodgerm. 1 S, ,ociath Kangeg 3.o E.. i-outaining 241
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JACKSONVILLE and NEW YORK
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